Will the Aluminum Circles For Utensils Rust
The aluminum circles for utensils not only has high thermal efficiency, but also weil not rust such as 1060 aluminum circle. The anodized aluminum discs is for better performance. Learn more.
Stainless steel, iron and aluminum are three main metals for cookware. The cooking efficiency of aluminum is as high as 93%, while stainless steel and cast iron are only 1/3 of aluminum. At the same time, the iron cookware will rust after being used for a period of time, so will aluminum circle for utensils rust?
When processing aluminum circle for cookware, aluminum circle manufacturer will add other anti-rust and anti-corrosion metal elements to the aluminum discs, making them have an anti-rust effect. At the same time, the pure aluminum circle itself also has excellent anti-rust performance such as 1060 aluminum circle.
The aluminum pans are usually made of 1060 or 3003 aluminum circle, which there is a very thin oxide film on the surface, with a thickness of only 0.00001 mm. To get a better performance, we also can choose anodize aluminum discs, which has stronger resistance to heat, friction and salt.
In our lives, there are often people who use steel balls to wipe the aluminum pots when they are not bright enough. It will easily damage the surface that may cause the rust of aluminum circle. Don’t always put the aluminum cookware in a humid environment. Dry it after cleaning.
Haomei Aluminum has 3003 and 1060 aluminum circle for making cookware with rich specifications and processing technologies such as DC and CC. Welcome to leave message below to inquire what you need.
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